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BG123557204 24/10/2020
Decent quad for the price. It is quite small, smaller than a mobula 7-like drones. The quadcopter itself arrived in good shape and works fine out-of-the-box. While gyro recalibration and accelerometer trimming is an option, I found it to be pretty stable without it. The built-in flipping feature is great and you can perform a flip with just a few centimeters off the ground already. The frame's bit hard compared to other "whoop" drones and crashing can feel less pleasant, though. The transmitter is quite clunky to use, both due to the size and the poor quality directional sticks. Yawing, in particular, is near impossible without adjusting throttle accidentally. However, it is possible to re-bind the drone to another transmitter - any fancy modern transmitter that supports multiple protocols should be capable of doing the job. In particular, MJXq protocol with E010 sub-protocol will do the trick (you will most likely need to adjust the frequency away from 0 for it to bind successfully). Channels past 5 seem to be bound to some of the features that you can use on the default transmitter - in particular, CH5 is used to engage flipping mode and you could program any button on an alternative transmitter to engage flipping mode. Back to the quadcopter itself - while the FC can't be reprogrammed (at least not in a simple manner), people often attach a VTX/camera combo to gain FPV capability. The default battery will last you for 3-4 minutes, LEDs will start blinking when you don't have enough power to flip anymore (giving you another minute or so of hovering via ground effect). It is, therefore, highly recommended to get additional, higher capacity batteries. The included USB battery charger is a bit tricky to use (the indicator LED is off when the battery is charging, which may be counter-intuitive) and is slow (30-40 minutes to charge). All in all, great and cheap starter drone for anyone looking for a gift or an entry into the hobby.
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سؤال: does it bind with radiolink receivers?

السؤال بواسطة BG505442229 على 2021-01-09 04:14:22

BG123557204 Supposedlyyes, although I personally never tried it. Radiolink is listed as one of many protocols supported by the multi-protocol module found inside the transmitter. In Radiolink's case, you may need to perform additional frequency tuning on the transmitter, in the same place as you set up the protocol used for your RC model.

2021-01-10 05:21:22 مساعدة (0)
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سؤال: HI DOES SUPPORT DSM2 AND DSMX SPEKTRUM RECEIVERS ?

السؤال بواسطة BG181610535 على 2021-01-10 04:00:43

BG123557204 Yes,the multi-protocol module supports over a hundred different protocols and sub-protocols, including Spektrum's DSM2 and DSMX. You can look up "Multiprotocol TX module" for a full list of supported protocols.

2021-01-10 05:19:06 مساعدة (0)
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سؤال: is jst and ph same ? because i need jst ph2.0

السؤال بواسطة goktugkaplan04 على 2021-01-08 12:30:07

BG123557204 No,they are two completely different things. JST is a brand of connectors. They have various connector types, including PH2.0, GH, SH, XH and many more. Normally, you need both connectors of the same type to match, although there are a bunch of exceptions. These are JST-PH 2.0 connectors, so they will work in your case.

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سؤال: Can i use it to MY RADIOLINK Receiver?

السؤال بواسطة demur على 2020-12-24 11:15:20

BG123557204 Dependson what type of receiver it is, exactly. But generally, it should be capable of binding, as multi-protocol transmitters support over 100 protocols and sub-protocols. You can look up "DIY-Multiprotocol-TX-Module" project on github for the full list of protocols support and check if your specific receiver would work.

2020-12-27 06:06:21 مساعدة (0)
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BG123557204 Theprotocol it uses is MJXQ, with E010 as sub-protocol. If your Taranis X9 has multi-protocol support (and, ideally, OpenTX), then you can scroll through the list of the protocols on the model setup page. The protocol is auto-bind, as there's no button on the drone itself to begin binding. That means that once the drone detects the right signal from the transmitter, it will bind to it (the LEDs on the drone will stop flashing and stay solid, as with the default transmitter). However, selecting the right protocol alone isn't enough - you may need to tune the frequency in the protocol setup (anything other than 0) and it should work. You can try looking up videos on how to do it step-by-step, as well as look up OpenTX's multi-protocol page for more information on binding. Additionally, once you get it to bind, you can set up channel 5 as a switch to start flipping function, as with the default transmitter.

2020-12-09 04:04:03 مساعدة (0)
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سؤال: My car arrived today, but where’s the remote control antenna ? Does not work with more than 1m away

السؤال بواسطة Barbanegra على 2020-11-23 12:17:57

BG123557204 The remote control antenna should be separately from the controller, on the side of the packaging. If you look at the first picture of the product, you can see one on the right side of the containers. The antenna can then be screwed into the remote control. I've had issues around 1.5 meters away, while other answers say they can get up to 3 meters range. So, I'd say it's safe to assume that you won't get a lot of range with these, even with the antenna fully extended.

2020-11-25 02:42:26 مساعدة (0)
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BG123557204 Unfortunately,no - you normally only get the transmitter (and a module like Crossfire one) when you purchase the transmitter. TBS Crossfire receivers can be found on their official shop and in other places. However, with TX16S supporting a huge variety of receiver protocols, you can find various other receivers on BG that should be capable of communicating with TX16S transmitter if you're looking to buy one from BG.

2020-11-07 11:44:28 مساعدة (0)
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